Postcard, possibly hand made, with a simple picture of two gable ends of a large house with three chimneystacks, and a view further down the street to another house. With hedges and trees in the left of the picture, and a suggestion of a female figure in the shadow of the house. Printed on plain cream card in black and coloured by hand with colouring pencils. On the reverse is a manuscript message and two postage stamps.
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- ReferenceGB 106 7KDC/I/2/27
- Former ReferenceGB 106 CM Object/ 7/KDC/I/2/27
- Dates of Creation6 Jan 1947
- Physical Description1 object
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Some dirty marks to surface, abrasions to all corners. Robust. Production method: printed on card, and coloured by hand with colouring pencils. Possibly hand printed from a linolium cut. The card was not necessarily intended to be a postcard, as the reverse has no printed text, and only a hand drawn division line between the address and message.